Weber and her husband live in Seattle with their challenging yet amazing German shepherd Tasha. When she’s not writing, the author spends her time teaching yoga, walking Tasha, and sipping Blackthorn cider at her favorite ale house.
Recently I asked Weber about what she was reading. Her reply:
I don’t have nearly as much time to read as I used to, so when I do pick up novel, I stick with one of my favorites. I’m currently reading The Alpine Vengeance by Mary Daheim. I love both of Mary’s series, but the Emma Lord Mystery series is my favorite. It takes place in the semifictional Pacific Northwest town of Alpine, which in reality is a now-defunct logging town that existed in the early twentieth century.Visit Tracy Weber's website, blog, and Facebook page.
Small-town newspaper owner Emma Lord always manages to solve the crime while navigating the world of an “outsider” to small-town life. This series has especially come to life for me now that I’ve gotten to know Ms. Daheim. Her characters are as fun and quirky as she is and, I’ve learned, are occasionally based on real people.
Whenever I pick up a book in the series, I feel like I’m revisiting old friends—the perfect companions to cuddle up with next to the fireplace on a cold, rainy Seattle evening. This particular installment is unique, because it revolves around a murder committed ten years prior to the book’s beginning, after the person who supposedly committed the crime has died in prison.
I haven’t guessed the killer yet, but if Mary’s other books are any indication, I am sure to be both surprised and satisfied.
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